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Faerie Tea Party

Faerie Tea Party with Star Tea

A Story for the Whole Family


 Once upon a time, two people went on a picnic. After a yummy meal, they noticed: They were falling in love! Mooning into each other's eyes, they wiled away the afternoon, talking about butterflies, truth, moonlight, the meaning of life, and other important topics.

When it started to get dark, they packed up the picnic. Captured by each other's eyes, they overlooked a teacup and saucer.

Love enchants everything it touches. So the tea cup and saucer were now magic. Stars came down from the sky to dance in and around the forsaken china.

Faeries joined in, because they are the stars' best friends—not to mention close relatives.

And that would end the story of a Faerie tea party, except all good fairy tales have a warning: Don't ever boil stars in water to make star tea. You'll hurt the stars. And make them angry. You don't want to know what happens when stars get angry at you. Instead, here's my personal recipe for star tea:


When it gets dark, I put room temperature water in a jar, outside if possible. Then I say, "Stars in the sky, please bless this tea tonight." Then I let the water sit for at least an hour. The stars will happily fill the water with starlight for you. This makes very yummy tea that fills you with magic.


Limited first edition prints of this story's artwork are available at

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Francesca De Grandis aka Outlaw Bunny is the bestselling author of "Be a Goddess!" Founder of The Third Road, a Faerie Shamanism tradition that she teaches through both text and oral tradition, De Grandis says, "I'm a trickster working for benevolent chaos Gods, so I don't play mean tricks." Bard, painter, mystical innovator, and busy elf who works part-time for Santa Claus, she blogs here and on her own sites, and


  • Jeanine Byers
    Jeanine Byers Wednesday, 04 December 2013

    Wonderful post! I've made moon tea before. Maybe now I'll try star tea! I'm glad to get to read your posts here, too. ~Jeanine

  • Francesca De Grandis
    Francesca De Grandis Wednesday, 04 December 2013

    Jeanine, I am so glad u like it, bc u r the first person to give me feedback, whew (I only just finished the story and art), so thank you so much! I have made star tea like this for years, and love drinking it. I thought it wld be fun magic for children so added my recipe to the story. Thanks for reading my blog on SageWoman, too!

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